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Tanzin Vega, The Takeaway •
Last week a Tennessee Supreme Court ruled that Brown won’t be eligible for release until she has served 51 years.
In contrast, other states have taken real steps to respond to the decisions of the Supreme Court, including Pennsylvania.
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Riya Saha Shah, Esq., American Bar Association •

Sex offender registries were established to keep children and communities safer. But, research shows that registration incorrectly presumes that children who commit sexual offenses are a

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Shia Fisher and Will Kenneally, WSUM 91.7FM Madison, On Wisconsin •

The main issues brought up in the litigation were very specific to many of the abusive practices that were taking place in the facilities -

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Stephanie Campos-Bui and Jeffrey Selbin, The Daily Californian •

A report by Juvenile Law Center found that most states charge one or more fees to system-involved youth and their families. But the federal government has

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Delece Smith-Barrow, The Hechinger Report •
Ensuring that “youth in the child welfare system are positioned to have the same choices that youth outside of the system” have is critically important.
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The Crime Report •

“Across the country, youth are pushed into the justice system and even into correctional settings because they can’t afford fines and fees,” said Jessica Feierman,

The Supreme Court of the United States of America this week will hear Timbs v. Indiana, a case concerning the constitutionality of excessive fines and